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 Is phytoplankton a plant?

Answer Phytoplankton is a plant. Though often single-celled, phytoplankton still performs photosynthesis, a process common to all plants that turns carbon dioxide and other minerals into useful carbohydra... Read More »
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Is phytoplankton a producer?

Phytoplankton, or algae, are producers; they use photosynthesis to create sugars from carbon dioxide and water. Energy is transferred up the food chain when phytoplankton are eaten by other organis... Read More »
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What do phytoplankton eat?

NASA describes phytoplankton as "plant-like organism" that comes in a variety of shapes and sizes. The average lifespan of a Phytoplankton is one or two days.What Phytoplankton EatPhytoplankton cre... Read More »
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Are phytoplankton diatoms?

Diatoms are a type of phytoplankton, a form of single-celled algae. Diatoms feature a pen or cylinder shape and a cell wall that is made of silica, according to an article by Wim Van Egmond for Mic... Read More »
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Do sea urchins eat phytoplankton?

Sea urchins are omnivorous: They eat plants and animals. While they primarily graze on algae and seagrass, they also eat tunicates, sponges and detritus-organic material that settles to the sea flo... Read More »
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